By | June 1, 2012

If one could essentially take the horror flick The Hills have Eyes and merge it together with Quentin Talking about beauty and brawn… Snow White and the Huntsman take alternative storytelling to the next level. Remove any preconceived notions of what you remember of the virtuousness of Disney’s beloved Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and say hello to a modern-take on the ageless German fairytale story. Kristen Stewart brings, to life, the characteristics and beauty of Snow White with the added physicality’s and attitude of Xena the Warrior Princess. Stewart is sexy with purity and innocence, but with a sense of conviction and battle-ready drive. She exudes the part seamlessly and convincingly. Meanwhile Charlize Theron, no less the eye-candy when playing the younger version of her character, screams her part as the evil Queen. Director Rupert Sanders brings this dark and gritty, esthetically pleasing, semi-romantic action-adventure epic to the big screen, with a number of twists that play off of what one would never expect of a film based on Snow White. The film seems very deliberate in it’s deviation from the Brother’s Grimm original portrayal of Little Snow-White while sticking with its original premise of fantasy, drama and romance. READ FULL REVIEW

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